Travel Gratitude 2012

2012 has been an amazing year of travels, and I am so grateful to do the work I do.  For this photo post I picked just one image to represent each destination I traveled to and photographed this year. Click on the destination title to see the full gallery. Enjoy!


This Varanasi shopkeeper checks his cellphone as a sacred Brahma bull settles in the shop.


An early morning skier weaves a trail thru fresh powder snow at Beaver Creek Ski Resort.


Arches of Meknes, one of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Morocco.


Colorful beach umbrellas line Disney’s Castaway Cay.


The view of St. Basil’s and Red Square from the Baltschug Kempinsky


Color adds interest to the otherwise mundane flats over the train station building in Lille, France.


This Amboseli matriarch and her family coming straight at me is my current screensaver.


Between travels I discovered cool spots in my hometown while shooting for


Flying over Namibia’s Skeleton Coast reveals huge colonies of Cape Fur Seals.


Sighting an elusive leopard of Savute finishes the day’s game drive in Chobe National Park.


The sunset from Bumi Hills, Zimbabwe, with a lone elephant on the shores of Lake Kariba.


A curious Galapagos Sea Lion frolics and plays for the underwater camera.

8 thoughts on “Travel Gratitude 2012

  1. Love your first photo because of the exotic concept and how the guy just takes it for granted, and the last photo because they are such friendly creatures. What a great idea.

  2. Thank you Debbie! I'm currently scheduled for South America, Cuba and Russia in the spring, and back to Bhutan and Africa in the fall. I'll keep sharing pictures here!

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